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Departmental Business Manager

Goldsmiths, University of London

Location: New Cross
Salary: £45,279.53 to £51,919.89
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 10th May 2019
Closes: 23rd June 2019
Job Ref: 387193

Working within the Department of Social%2C Therapeutic & Community Studies working closely with the Head of Department (HoD) and the Assistant Department Business Manager (ADBM)%2C you will oversee the work of a team of professional staff who provide administrative support to the Department. You will support the Head of Department (HoD) in all aspects of the in Strategic and Operational Management of this large department and foster efficient and timely communication with all its stakeholders.

We are looking for enthusiastic%2C professional and reliable individual who enjoys working as part of a team. The role provides an excellent opportunity for anyone keen to be involved in the variety of skills and tasks that Higher Education administration within an academic Department offers.

You will have at least a good first degree and possibly other relevant professional qualification(s); advanced experience of the Higher Education sector%2C knowledge of its evolving landscape and commitment to its purposes; understanding of the complex workings of an academic department; experience of a senior administrative role in HE%2C of managing resources and staff%2C and of strategic planning; advanced personal and interpersonal skills%2C oral and written communication skills%2C financial%2C numeracy and IT skills%2C and skills in leadership%2C teamwork%2C planning%2C and line management.

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